Can’t make Montreal? Here’s how to Bring Osheaga to Toronto

The moment festival lovers have been waiting for has arrived, Osheaga 2017 has been announced and it’s looking…well…amazing. Can’t make the trek to Montreal this summer? No worries, here’s some Osheaga fun coming your way. Alabama Shakes, Muse and Lorde will be amid the headliners of the three day long festival. If you’re one of the lucky thousands you’ve got your tickets on the way and your travel plans booked. If you’re staying in the city this weekend, don’t worry. Some of the amazing acts will be stopping by Toronto before they take the stage in Quebec.

Local Natives - March 16th

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The Districts - 14th
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Mark this as a can’t miss show. Young legends in the making, The Districts ,stop by The Garrison in April.

Milky Chance - March 18th
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The folk duo will be stopping by Lee’s Palace before their stint in Montreal.

Belle and Sebastian - July 27th

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Father John Misty - May 5th
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The talent with a sly and dark sense of humor will be playing Massey Hall in early May.

 

Arkells - June 24th
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If you live in, around or near Toronto and love music this show is probably already scribbled into your calendar in red marker. Hamilton’s Arkelle’s will be playing the Budweiser Stadium with *hold your breath* July Talk in a double headlining showcase.

Bishop Brigs - May 3rd
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The songstress will be heading to the MOD club on the 3rd of May and playing Wayhome for the second year.

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